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The Mounting Global Support of the Ongoing Anti-regime Iran Protests- Nr. 6 

The nationwide uprising in Iran that was sparked by the killing of a 22-years-young girl and highlighted the regime’s gender apartheid quickly escalated into a major revolution that is now calling for the end of the entire clerical establishment. 

Already into the fifth month, Iran’s revolution has claimed the support of many world leaders, legislators, NGOs, human rights activists, and celebrities around the world. As Iranians continue to suffer and get killed by the murderous regime, they increasingly need support and recognition worldwide, most notably their right to legitimate self-defense against Tehran’s killing machine. 

Some of the international community’s statements are reflected below.

Due to the length of the published content, older updates can be found here:

The Mounting Global Support of the Ongoing Anti-regime Iran Protests- Nr.1  

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McCaul Lauds House Passage of Resolution in Support of Protestors in Iran

Washington, D.C.– House Foreign Affairs Chairman Michael McCaul released a statement on House passage of a bipartisan resolution, which he co-led with Rep. Claudia Tenney (R-NY), commending the bravery and courage of Iranian protestors demonstrating against the Iranian regime’s human rights abuses.

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US Secretary of State Antony Blinken: “We’ll continue to work with the United Kingdom and our other allies and partners to hold Iran’s leadership accountable for these and other abuses.  We’ll keep standing with the brave Iranians who are standing up for their own basic rights led by young women – all of this in the face of extraordinary repression.”

“Together with many other countries, we’ve been moving forward with a variety of unilateral actions, multilateral measures, using UN mechanisms to try to hold Iran to account.  And that’s played out in a number of different places in a number of different ways, and it will continue as long as necessary.”

UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverly: “I would make the point that there have been around 500 fatalities because of the crackdown from the Iranian regime against their own people; 18,000 people arrested by the Iranian regime.  And the point that I would make is the leadership of Iran is a decision for the Iranian people, but I would just make the simple observation that the Iranian people are telling their government that they are not at all happy with the situation that they are living under and the limitations and privations.  And it is in the hands of the Iranian Government to make those changes.  They call – they call for us, for the U.S., for us, and our friends to lift sanctions.  And the point that we have made is that if they want to see those sanctions removed, they have to fundamentally change their behavior.  Sadly, we’re not seeing any indication that they are ready to do so, and unfortunately that is as true with our efforts to prevent them acquiring a nuclear weapon as it is in the crackdown on the protesters and the persecution of their own people.”

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